Rams-Kansas City Chiefs matchups, how to watch and prediction

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes struggles for a first down on a game-winning drive against the Chargers on November 20, 2022.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes struggles for a first down on the game-winning drive Sunday night in a 30-27 win over the Chargers.

(Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times)

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes leads the NFL’s top scoring and passing offense. Mahomes has passed 28 touchdowns with seven interceptions. He also rushed for a touchdown.

Tight end Travis Kelce is Mahome’s favorite target. Kelce has 69 catches for 855 yards and a league-best 11 touchdowns. Receiver Mecole Hardman is on injured reserve and receiver Kadarius Toney is out with a hamstring injury, but Mahomes has plenty of other weapons. JuJu Smith-Schuster, returning after a game break with concussion, has 46 catches, Marquez Valdes-Scantling 27.

Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire has rushed for three touchdowns and also has three touchdown receptions. Isiah Pacheco averages 5.1 yards per carry.

The Rams have forced just one turnover in their last eight games and none in their last four.

Defensive lineman A’Shawn Robinson suffered a season-ending knee injury against the Saints, so Greg Gaines and Marquise Copeland can be counted on even more to help perpetual All-Pro Aaron Donald. Edge rusher Leonard Floyd has come alive lately with five sacks in his last four games, including two against the Saints. Michael Hoecht could play as an outside linebacker in rotation with Terrell Lewis.

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Emma Bowman

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